Jacobs Steel Estate Agents in Shoreham

If you’re thinking of selling or looking to buy a property our office here in the heart of Shoreham By Sea is ideally located for both property owners and buyers to drop in and chat about their property requirements.

As one of the longest running independent estate agents we hold an unmatched wealth of accrued expertise and local market knowledge in the community which we are sure is exactly what you require to make sure that your property transaction goes as smoothly as possible.

 01273 441 341

 shoreham@jacobs-steel.co.uk

 31 Brunswick Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex BN43 5WA.


Matt Balmer

Matt Balmer
Branch Manager

Luke Gladdish, Negotiator

Luke Gladdish
Negotiator

Josh Clowser, Negotiator

Josh Clowser
Negotiator

Elisa Stoner, Negotiator/ Admin

Elisa Stoner
Negotiator/ Admin



Understanding and On The Ball

Being an ex estate agent.I am super critical, and I must say I found this team all I had asked for not pushy, understanding of my needs and but also on the ball with events as they took place .advertised /sold/exchanged/completed in less than 12 weeks   WELL DONE !

Was Considering Using the Internet

Matt and his team managed the process professionally and courteously. I was considering using the internet but am really pleased that I used a local agent as they know the market locally and found a buyer on the first day ! There were delays but that was due to the solicitors and Mat did everything to keep things moving. I am really pleased with their service and would recommend them to anyone buying or selling.

Jacobs Steel Estate Agents in Shoreham

Shoreham-by-Sea is usually just called Shoreham and is situated on the South Coast of England approximately 6 miles west of the city of Brighton & Hove and 5 miles east of the town of Worthing. Being situated in such a location surrounded by the South Downs to the north and Shoreham Beach to the south makes Shoreham a very desirable location to live. The town itself is relatively small, with a population of around 53,000.

Shoreham by Sea is an historic town with a centre that reflects the architecture of its fishing history. There are old cottages, houses and some beautiful churches. Yet the town is vibrant and there are some stunning new developments along its riverside and harbour front. It is a unique area with the natural features of its tidal river, an active harbour and commercial port.

There are individual shops, a variety of bars and restaurants and an award winning monthly Farmers Market. Many of the bars and restaurants can be enjoyed with a direct river view as well as offering fresh local produce. Shoreham has an amazing array of pubs for a small seaside town catering for the real ale drinker as well as the more usual tipples.

Shoreham Beach to the south of the town, is the shingle bank thrown up over the centuries by the sea. Converted railway carriages became summer homes around the turn of the century, and Bungalow Town, as it was then known, became home for a short time to a flourishing film industry. It was cleared for defence reasons during the Second World War and is now completely developed for modern houses, many of which are very expensive, architect designed constructions.

Old Shoreham dates back to pre-Roman times, the name of the town has an Old English origin. The town and port of New Shoreham was established by the Norman Conquerors towards the end of the 11th century.

Shoreham is proud to offer some of the best schools and nurseries in Sussex; including a newly redeveloped Shoreham Academy, an historically independent school for all ages called Shoreham College, as well as many other community and religious primary schools including St. Nicholas & St. Mary CofE, Shoreham Beach Primary School & Swiss Gardens Primary School amongst others.

Transport links are fruitful, benefiting from only an 80 minute commute from the mainline railway station to London Victoria. Shoreham is also served by Brighton & Hove bus links as well as a Stagecoach 700 connection which transports as far afield to the east as Portsmouth all the way along the coast to Brighton at convenience. Universities can also be easily reached through these connections.

Shoreham Airport which lies to the west of the main town is UK’s oldest licensed airport still in operation. Annually the airport offers an incredibly popular air show which can also be viewed from afar on the scenic open valley of the River Adur to the east of the town.

Shoreham also has some amazing festivals and celebrations throughout the year funded by the community and Adur District Council. Amongst others such festivities include The Adur Festival, Beach Dreams & Shoreham River Fest.


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